I'm so glad you are enjoying my posts about Atlanta. I'm going to finish up my AmericasMart discoveries today...
I have done a few posts about Tritter Feefer. I think they have fantastic designs and finishes, and they're prices are quite reasonable. I was excited to see that they have added several new pieces to their collection, including this beautiful side chair.
They don't do the upholstery, but I can imagine making it in a pretty cream and blue stripe, or a velvet.
It was great to have a chance to talk with ML, one of the co-owners, about the new pieces. I wish we could have spent more time to chat, but Steve and I had so much more to see!
Go Home has been one of my favorite vendors for a while. They have hundreds of great designs. This table caught my attention when we walked in the door.
Loved the curved lines of this metal chair.
This two sided bench was a one of a kind antique (and it was sold), but it was too cool not to share.
Zeugma Imports is my new favorite lamp company. I particularly liked these two lamps because of their shape (nicely proportioned), size (not huge and clunky) and finish (a chalky white with weathered gold accents).
I think a pair of Breakfast Bell Shades would look great over a kitchen island.
and the Dos Cubos
Solaria also makes beautiful lanterns like the Gaudi Hanging Carriage Light.
the Byron Sconce...
The gilded finish on the Florentine Sconce was very nicely done.
The petite Celine Sconce was my favorite.
Aidan Gray is a showroom that I never miss. I ordered several of their pieces for the store including this chandelier...
I also bought a pair of these hand carved wood urns for the store. They soak them for months to get the finish just right!
To learn more about Aidan Gray you can check out Sally Carrocino's blog. She's my "rep" for Aidan Gray as well as other great companies like Comptoir de Famille, Barreveld, Pom Pom at Home, and Sugarboo. Reading her blog is a great way to find out about the new products from these companies.
We have also decided to create a garden area in the store. I ordered all of these great pots from Campo de Fiori that should be arriving in a couple of weeks.
The pie crust edge on these pots is such a great detail.
Here's how they look on my shelves in my garden. I think I'll plant some succulents in a couple of these pots when they arrive in the store.
I'm going to hang these in our new garden area at the store.
We're happy to help you purchase any of the items offered by these vendors. Mention "Velvet and Linen" and you will get 10% off!
I'd love to hear what you think of these products. It's always great to get your feedback!
Last but definitely not least, for those of you who are looking for some more inspiration, my blog friend Gwen Driscoll just did a week of posts filled with beautifully inspired white images. They are definitely worth checking out here! We were thrilled to see that some of our pieces from the store made her list of favorite white things :)